As you already noted, I am a big fan of Ajar Varlamov‘s photographs. This post with his images is already the 30th.
The previous photo post with Ajar’s pictures was dedicated to the season shift from summer to autumn in Yakutsk, Russia. If you didn’t see it, you need to check it and come back to this post to continue following cold weather progress in the city considered to be the coldest on Earth.
Below, please, enjoy Ajar Varlamov’s photographs of his lovely laika, Marishka, and the Russian city of Yakutsk, taken from October 3rd, 2012 to November 18th, 2012.
Today we had -37C (minus 37 degrees Centigrade) in the daytime. A month ago, it was around zero. A big progress!
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